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Great Value LED Light Bulb, 9W (60W Equivalent) A19 General Purpose Lamp E26 Medium Base, Non-dimmable, Soft White, 4-Pack - YMMV - $0.97

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Multiple stores have $0.97 to 2.97 in my area.
I would not recommend paying more than a $1 for these, never MSRP

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In my area they are full MSRP price.

Thinking much of the YMMV of this item is the subsidies that the electric companies often have on the LED bulbs. In the long run they pay for themselves over the incandescent bulbs, as if many people are still using these these days.

They are a huge improvement over the quality of light of the first generation economy lights, the CFL, or as some called them the "pigtail bulbs". They are slightly more energy efficient than the CFL, and don't dim as is common in the CFL as the bulb ages.

Well worth .97 a four pack, and if they aren't marked down in your area, check and see if another brand is marked down. If nothing is you probably live in an area where local government isn't pressuring the utilities, or there is a huge surplus of electricity and rates are low.
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In my area they are full MSRP price.

Thinking much of the YMMV of this item is the subsidies that the electric companies often have on the LED bulbs. In the long run they pay for themselves over the incandescent bulbs, as if many people are still using these these days.

They are a huge improvement over the quality of light of the first generation economy lights, the CFL, or as some called them the "pigtail bulbs". They are slightly more energy efficient than the CFL, and don't dim as is common in the CFL as the bulb ages.

Well worth .97 a four pack, and if they aren't marked down in your area, check and see if another brand is marked down. If nothing is you probably live in an area where local government isn't pressuring the utilities, or there is a huge surplus of electricity and rates are low.
Most of the time they are due to local subsidies. This time at least in my area, there are no subsidies and prices varies greatly even in Walmarts within 10-15 miles.
I agree, it is no brainer for a buck or lower. Anything higher, it is worth waiting for some time.
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In my area they are full MSRP price.

Thinking much of the YMMV of this item is the subsidies that the electric companies often have on the LED bulbs. In the long run they pay for themselves over the incandescent bulbs, as if many people are still using these these days.

They are a huge improvement over the quality of light of the first generation economy lights, the CFL, or as some called them the "pigtail bulbs". They are slightly more energy efficient than the CFL, and don't dim as is common in the CFL as the bulb ages.

Well worth .97 a four pack, and if they aren't marked down in your area, check and see if another brand is marked down. If nothing is you probably live in an area where local government isn't pressuring the utilities, or there is a huge surplus of electricity and rates are low.
Same here, in my area full price $1.79 each
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Wish 75 watt equivalent LEDs would come on sale.

That is what you need to get the lumen s or light output of a typical 60 watt incandescent..
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Wish 75 watt equivalent LEDs would come on sale.

That is what you need to get the lumen s or light output of a typical 60 watt incandescent..
Very difficult to find on sale. I stocked 100W in once sale. Will post if I come across.
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Thank you, OP!
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Full price around me.
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